The Samsung Galaxy S20 series was Samsung’s first lineup to include a high refresh rate (120Hz) show. There was one little problem with the execution, however. You could just run your S20 (and Note 20) at its local QHD goal or 120Hz invigorate rate, yet not both all the while.
It’s not actually clear why you were unable to do both; the presentation processors in the Exynos 990 and Snapdragon 865 were likely competent and the data transmission was likely there to drive that goal and edge rate, so it’s conceivable that Samsung had power utilization worries with that goal and edge rate blend. (Everything being equal, the Tab S7 arrangement upholds running its showcase at its local goal and 120Hz invigorate rate.) Fortunately, for the cutting edge Galaxy S21 Ultra, Samsung seems to have at last empowered help for 120Hz revive rate at the local WQHD+ (3200 x 1400) resolution.
The calls for Samsung to help that element came from each side of the tech community, and it appears as though Samsung is finally addressing to these worries for its mid 2021 leaders.
The Galaxy S21 Ultra will be the best quality model of Samsung’s upcoming lineup, and clients will at last be able to turn on both presentation includes simultaneously if a break from Ice Universe is to be accepted.
The S21 Ultra is set to include a similar 5000 mAh battery as the S20 Ultra, yet it’s supposed to highlight way better battery life. This is conceivable due to the improved proficiency of the VRR OLED show tech originally utilized in the Note20 Ultra, permitting the gadget to change to consistently change to bring down revive rates when expected to reduce power drain.
On the off chance that this is valid, at that point running the two highlights simultaneously shouldn’t be as a very remarkable battery concern. The new Galaxy S21 series should to be reported at the forthcoming Unpacked occasion on January 14th, so we ought to have the option to find out about this very soon.
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